Jul 12, 2022 | Lakeshore CAP News
The Lakeshore CAP Community Needs Assessment is a brief survey that we use to determine what the community needs when planning our programming.
Please, take the time to complete the needs assessment survey! It helps us find the real needs in our area and direct our focus accordingly.
Participants have the option to enter a drawing for 1 of 4 $100 gift cards!
May 13, 2021 | Lakeshore CAP News
Lakeshore Community Action Program’s Door County Food Pantry Has a Wish!
If you are able to DONATE food for needy Door County residents, please print our “WISH LIST” and make up a bag full of items to provide assistance to households in our community! You may also donate monetarily (see below). Thank You!
Supporting our Food Pantry
The pantry is supported by local donations, food drives, Feeding America and USDA’s The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP). We accept monetary donations to make food purchases at reduced prices and to keep the pantry operating. Anyone wishing to donate funding may do so when the pantry is open or through the DONATE button on this website. Please choose “Door County Food Pantry.”
Please be assured that all donations received remain within the county. Lakeshore Community Action Program (CAP) appreciates the many donors and partners who support this program!
INSTRUCTIONS DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC
We are open 11 AM – 4 PM every Tuesday and Thursday at 131 S Third Ave in Sturgeon Bay. Due to COVID-19 our pantry is not “client choice” at this time. Bring a picture ID and show it at the pantry door. A volunteer will confirm your family size. Your pantry items will be prepared and brought to the end of the handicap ramp. At that time, please load your pantry into your vehicle and return the cart to the end of the ramp.
Lakeshore CAP’s Door County Food Pantry is a non-sectarian, not-for-profit program that provides on-going and emergency healthy food assistance to low and limited income residents. Your donation may be tax deductible.
May 11, 2021 | Lakeshore CAP News
PLEASE JOIN US FOR OUR UPCOMING VIRTUAL PARENT CAFÉ!
Your Home Via Zoom / 6:30-7:30 PM
Tues, May 11th — Parenting and Super Powers
With an opportunity for Prizes!
Join with Zoom Meeting ID: 825 3624 3688
Contact Bree at firstname.lastname@example.org for Zoom link or more info!
Parent Cafés give parents a chance to come together to listen, talk, build friendships and support each other around the topic of parenting. All are welcome! Parent Cafes are currently being held via Zoom. Watch our Manitowoc Facebook page for information! https://www.facebook.com/MCParentCafe/
NOTE: Read about Lakeshore Community Action Program’s “Connections Count” here: lakeshorecap.org/connections-count/
Apr 26, 2021 | Lakeshore CAP News
CRISIS RESPITE PROVIDERS NEEDED
Interested persons should send a cover letter and resume to:
Manitowoc County Human Services Department
Attn: Karen Zahn, Foster Care Coordinator
926 S 8th Street, PO Box 1177
Manitowoc, WI 54221-1177
Or email: email@example.com
Phone: 920-683-4095 for more information
Apr 22, 2021 | Lakeshore CAP News
The Salvation Army Food Pantry
Mobile Pantry for Subsidized Senior/Disabled Apartments
Starting May 7th and scheduled at several subsidized senior/disabled apartment units the first three Fridays of the month — a Mobile Pantry! Feel free to check with your apartment manager to see if you are a scheduled location, or to encourage them to call us if you are not. The office number is 920-684-7117.
The pantry in Manitowoc is continuing to operate by appointment. We ask that clients call the OFFICE 920-684-7117 after 9 AM to schedule a same day, possibly next day, appointment.
The pantry is typically open 1-4:30 PM Monday and 9-12 & 1-4 PM Tuesday and Wednesday. If we do not have scheduled appointments through the end of the day we have closed early at times.
We also do accommodate the walk up client during open hours, at least the first time. We then encourage them to make an appointment for subsequent visits.
Clients are scheduled every 15 minutes. It is important to maintain social distancing for clients to schedule appointments and to arrive on time.
There is plenty of food! The TEFAP guidelines have also been relaxed for right now (see below chart). This means MANY more families qualify. Please use the pantry. We are here to help!
Eligibility & Income Requirements
Click on current COVID-19 eligibility and income requirements: Pantry Eligibility – English & Spanish
Lakeshore Community Action Program’s Door County Food Pantry is open for drive-up clients. Please see COVID-19 information on our web page at: https://lakeshorecap.org/door-county-food-pantry/
Other area county food pantries can be found on our TEFAP web page at: TEFAP Food Pantries in 9 counties
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